Individual Work

Individual work involves tasks and activities that students complete on their own, without collaboration with peers. In language learning, individual work allows students to focus on their specific areas of need, practice language skills at their own pace, and develop independent learning habits. Examples of individual work include writing assignments, reading comprehension exercises, grammar drills, and vocabulary practice. While individual work promotes self-reliance and personal accountability, it should be balanced with group activities to ensure a well-rounded learning experience.